Maritime Companies Directory
MARINE CONSULTANTS; FLAG STATE SAFETY & CARGO SURVEYORS
Surveyors, Investigators on behalf of Liberian, Panama, Malta, Barbados Maritime Authority
Ship Repair and Marine Structure Fab
For over 23 years, we have provided the marine industry with dependable , top of the line products.
HUBZone Small Business Manufacturer and Distributor
Marine Electronic Services Provider
Largest trade association in the world serving the composites industry.
Provides seven certification programs, including one entitled, "Certified Composites Technician - Marine."
Shipboard elevator design, maintenance and installation
Elevator design, installation, maintenance, and recertification
Security, identification & safety products
Reseller of defensive and protective Security products
Worldwide sales of defensive and protective security products
Systems Engineering, Integration, IT Support, Testing & Evaluation, Rescue21, Deepwater, and AIS support
Ship Repair and Maintence
Defensive and protective sucurity products worldwide.
ASNE Advanced Naval Propulsion Symposium 2008 seeks to promote a discussion of current and future concepts for advanced naval propulsion systems and how they might be effectively applied for future naval forces.
Manufacturer of the Most Advanced Rapid Deployment Shelters
The commanding officers of two U.S. Navy destroyers involved in deadly collisions last year in the Pacific Ocean face courts-martial and military criminal charges including negligent homicide, the U.S. Navy said in a statement on Tuesday. Filing charges against the officers marks the Navy’s latest effort to address the problems that led to collisions involving its warships in Asia, in which 17 sailors were killed. The Navy has already dismissed several senior officers, including the commander of the Seventh Fleet, as a result of the collisions.
Norway must identify potential offshore oil and gas reserves near its northern maritime border with Russia to better protect its economic interest in the remote Arctic region, energy minister Terje Soeviknes said on Wednesday. The two countries agreed in 2010 to split previously disputed areas of the Barents Sea between them, allowing each to exploit resources hidden beneath the seabed. An increase in drilling activity on the Russian side of the border should lead Norway to push its own agenda, the minister said. "We need to start the discussion about what to do in the far north.
An Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea has left two oil slicks covering a combined 109 square km (42 square miles), the Chinese government said, as maritime police scoured for damage and prepared to explore the wreck. Satellite imaging showed a slick of 69 square km (26.6 square miles) and a second 40 square km (15.4 square miles) slick, which is less thick and not as concentrated, the State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said in a statement late on Tuesday. The large tanker Sanchi (IMO:9356608) sank in the worst oil ship disaster in decades on Sunday, raising worries about damage to the marine ecosystem.
At least 15 people were injured when a fire engulfed a boat off the coast of Florida on Sunday, causing the 50 people aboard to jump into the Gulf of Mexico and swim to shore, local officials said. A preliminary investigation showed the fire broke out at about 4:17 p.m. EST from an apparent engine issue, said Shawn Whited, division chief with Pasco Fire Rescue. “The captain of the boat said there was an issue with the engine. He said he noticed smoke coming form the engine room and turned the boat around,” Whited said. The 60-foot shuttle boat was on its way to the Sun Cruz Casino boat, a little more than three miles away in international waters.
BP said on Tuesday it would take a new charge over the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill after again raising estimates for outstanding claims, lifting total costs to around $65 billion. The post-tax, non-operating $1.7-billion charge BP will take in its fourth quarter results came after claims resolved in recent months were about seven times higher than anticipated, the London-based company said. The claims were part of the Court Supervised Settlement Program that was set up in the wake of the disaster and included nearly 400,000 cases, BP said. A spokeswoman for the group said hundreds of outstanding claims have yet to be closed, raising the prospect of further charges.